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The Maiden’s Prayer at Mad Horse
| March 26, 2010
50 ways to leave 2009
We sent a team of future-thinking Predator drones all across the state of Maine, and a little ways down into Seacoast New Hampshire to sniff out any NYE happenings, from barely-off-the-couch to the Maine mountains, all the way to interstellar travel (we'
Get your New Year's Eve down to an Auld Lang science
| January 01, 2010
And speaking of vamping, Kings of the Hill present their latest wittily-titled drag king show, "Stimulus Package," at the Portland Performing Arts Center at 25A...
| July 15, 2009
Like water and light in a long day’s array of relations, Ring Road is both a brilliantly gleaming whole and a collection of scattered gleams.
Cape Elizabeth poet Jonathan Aldrich assembles the pieces
| January 23, 2008
On Portland’s poet
It’s a testament to much of what’s good about America that one of her first and most popular poets had such reverence, and such affection, for so many of her stories.
Celebrating Longfellow’s words
| October 31, 2007
“Tell how it’s gonna be,” Lennie prods George, again and again.
Mad Horse's mice are also men
| October 03, 2007
A valley of rift
A piano doesn’t produce anything except notes, insists Boy Willie.
Siblings duel in PSC's The Piano Lesson
| October 03, 2007
Nobody expects the Festival
Since its debut in1990, the Little Festival has been an opportunity for chosen playwrights to further develop their scripts with the feedback of actors, directors, and audience members.
The Portland Stage Company’s 18th annual Little Festival of the Unexpected
| May 09, 2007
At a certain point, Augusta suggests with roguish moxie, you’ve gotta serve yourself.
Conflicts between classes in PSC's Augusta
| May 09, 2007
The gravities of the family Tyrone are many, and relentless.
Mad Horse takes a Long Day's Journey
| April 18, 2007
Middle-aged Michael O’Neal just wants a little bit of the epic in his life.
To thine own story be true
| March 21, 2007
Meaning of life
Over the ten years of their daughter Joe’s life, middle-class Sheila and Bri (Lisa Muller-Jones and Dave Currier) have given her dozens of different personalities.
Mad Horse explores Joe Egg’s existence
| February 07, 2007
“All the world’s a stage,” waxes Shakespeare’s Jaques, but nowhere is that more true than backstage.
Portland Stage looks behind the curtain
| January 31, 2007
Christmas in Lisnacoo involves an avenging Santa, wanton women, and, above all, an impressive amount of spirits — both the kind in bottles and the kind within the lively Irish.
Drinking and living it up Irish-style
| December 06, 2006
There are several ways to visit the zoo.
Duck — it’s all you
| July 19, 2006
Through a series of roles and relationships, The Penis Responds opens the sort of candid, body-centered conversation more often associated with feminism and Women’s Studies.
Penis Responds , stays shallow
| June 28, 2006
Bloody, edgy, original, iambic — this summer’s theater line-up fits some fine descriptors. Here are some of my picks.
Classics + newcomers abound
| June 14, 2006
Playing with boys
The cult of celebrity and sensationalism gets a rollicking and poignant treatment in John Synge’s classic comedy The Playboy of the Western World , directed by Tony Reilly for the American Irish Repertory Ensemble.
Irish tongues are wagging
| May 24, 2006
Play’s the thing
On the high-tragedy chessboard of Hamlet , the title characters are pawns, but in Tom Stoppard’s spooky, hilarious, and ingenious Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead , they are, existentially, the stars.
Mad Horse rouses Stoppard’s finest
| April 19, 2006
The backdrop of the late '60s hangs in contrast to the stack of rugged childhood furniture that Victor Franz must finally dispose of in Portland Stage Company's production of Arthur Miller’s The Price.
Memories, disputes come with a Price
| April 12, 2006
A study in portraits - side
| March 15, 2006
A study in portraits
As portrayed by the superlative Tom Ford, the elegant and eccentric Charlotte von Mahlsdorf is the subject of I Am My Own Wife , the rich and moving one-man show on stage now at Portland Stage Company.
Preserving human museums at Portland Stage Company
| March 15, 2006
Parenthood is no happy hour in Baby with the Bathwater (directed by Joan Sand for Mad Horse Theatre), that’s for sure.
Throwing it all out at Mad Horse
| February 09, 2006
Meta-farce (Portland theater)
The SS Italian Castle is almost absurdly gorgeous. With its sleek and imposing height, its glowing portholes peeking into sumptuous Art Deco cabins, and the huge full moon hanging above its deck, this luxury ocean liner seems over-the-top, too dramat
Tom Stoppard plays with the play at Portland Stage Company
| February 01, 2006
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